As of 2013-11-18, this project is no longer under active development.

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  • viktornova
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    This software is seriously amazing. It blows me away that something this professional and practical exists for free. I'm using it to automate amazing glamorous sexy light shows for my futuristic new wave band using MIDI in Linux. Keep it up, I can't wait for the next versions! =D

    Posted 03/01/2010
  • oid-2775888
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    I was up and running quite quickly using it to control a bunch of RGB LED PARs. Extremely flexible, but takes quite a bit of clicking to program. A fantastic framework, though, that will no doubt improve over time.

    Posted 01/28/2010
  • korky99_04
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    This is a wonderful find. I'm a Chicago based theatrical lighting designer and I'm putting together a couple of systems to run shows on. Please keep developing! I've been running Chansys' powerful magicQ software, but with a little more work, this software will easily replace that as my go to software. I'm using Ubuntu and Enttec's DMX USB Pro, and considering an Enttec playback wing. I would be happy to provide more feedback or testing if needed, feel free to contact me. Thanks for the hard work, please keep it up!

    Posted 01/03/2010
  • mpjenkins
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    Since enttec open usb support has been fixed, I've got to say, this is a fantastic piece of software. I'd been reserving my opinion until the open dmx bug was fixed, but I love the highly customisable interface and the simple fixture creator. I also adore the fact that this is a truly libre software rather than the other gratis or priced offerings that are out there. More developers would be able to add functionality to the software, but it seems to me to be in a very stable configuration right now so I wouldn't be surprised if features are added in the near to mid term. Only libre software actually permits the users to make the mods that they want. ;)

    Posted 12/04/2009